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Buy now free next time(bogof) @ Sainsbury's INSTORE
Buy now free next time(bogof) @ Sainsbury's INSTORE

Buy now free next time(bogof) @ Sainsbury's INSTORE

Sainsbury's white crusty baguettes

Pampers Baby-Dry Nappies Carry Pack in all sizes

When you buy these products instead of picking up 2 you pick up 1 & when you pay at the checkout you will receive a voucher which will entitle you to get another 1 free within 2 weeks.

*Maximum of 4 'Free Next Time' coupons per transaction*
-Thanks kats14u

**LARGER STORES ONLY/ SELECTED STORES**

* Terms & Conditions

To receive a free next time coupon on Pampers Babydry Nappies Carrypacks (£5.98) customers simply buy the products instore, up to a maximum of 4 per customer, and will receive their free next time coupons
When you use a free next time coupon to pay for Pampers Babydry Nappies Carrypacks (£5.98) customers will not receive any further free next time coupons within that transaction irrespective of how many of the selected products they have purchased
Offer ends 24.11.09
Offer is not available online, convenience, at kiosks or petrol forecourt stations
Coupon expiry is 2 weeks from the date of issuance
Coupon to be redeemed in your next transaction
Coupons administered in your next transaction
Vouchers cannot be exchanged for cash or other goods. Photocopied vouchers will not be accepted
Coupon not valid at some self checkouts
Sale, auction or re-tendering of this coupon for money or otherwise is strictly prohibited
Sainsburys reserves the right to withdraw the offer at any time
Vouchers are, and shall remain, the property of Sainsburys Supermarkets Ltd
Sainsburys cannot take responsibility for the loss, damage or theft of vouchers
Specific coupon Ts & Cs apply
-Thanks hotukgirl

44 Comments

thats a great idea especially when its perishable items as i always end up throwing stuff away when its 2for1

Glad this proposed scheme has legs. I'm pretty organised so manage to avoid throwing perishables away, but it's a hassle i'll be glad to see the back of.

Great find; thanks for posting

Great idea

Good deal, you quiet often see the bread items with 2 for x amount but you're clearly going to struggle to eat them all withing the time period unless you have a large family. This way, you can get one the next time.

Excellent idea! Sainsburys have managed to steal the spotlight from Tescos, who I believe were the first to announce this scheme, but not implement!

About time, thanks OP

Hiya

Was just gonna post this
I have a little more info if you would like it

This is such a great offer that it is limited to a maximum of 4 'Free Next Time' coupons per transaction.

Coupons will be issue between 18th - 24th November and the coupon will be valid for 2 weeks from the date it was issued

kats14u;6926836

HiyaWas just gonna post thisI have a little more info if you would like … HiyaWas just gonna post thisI have a little more info if you would like itThis is such a great offer that it is limited to a maximum of 4 'Free Next Time' coupons per transaction.Coupons will be issue between 18th - 24th November and the coupon will be valid for 2 weeks from the date it was issued



I can't tell if your being sarcastic or not :-D

Very good idea, but as above, why on earth are nappies included ?!

boonkoh;6926788

Excellent idea! Sainsburys have managed to steal the spotlight from … Excellent idea! Sainsburys have managed to steal the spotlight from Tescos, who I believe were the first to announce this scheme, but not implement!



I believe Tesco's scheme is going to be slightly different, where you are allowed to buy 2 at the one go if you want ... whereas Sainsbury's you must buy the 2nd product later... although I could be wrong.

The problem with this is the stores predicting and allocating enough stock to cover the voucher redemption period ... as everyone could just come in on the last day of the voucher and there will be none left. Simply doing half price offers would be a lot easier IMO. Then there is no hassle with waste, and no hassle in going back with vouchers.

I also don't get why nappies are included! I believe when Tesco announced it, they said it was only going to be used on Fresh Food departments.

Nappies?
Maybe because they think you can't carry two packs home at once (although they are carry packs!!)

Or maybe to help shift some stock, as carry packs work out more expensive then some of the larger packs.

And is it limited to these two item types? Would have been great if it was applied to all BOGOF offers :-)

just hooks you in to shop there at chrimbo

v good idea..

hdizzle;6926872

I can't tell if your being sarcastic or not :-D

:

Hiya

Sorry no sarcasm intended just copied the info from another site :thumbsup:

What a ridiculous idea; just half the price for goodness sake.
The cost of managing the voucher scheme will no doubt be approximately equal to the additional profit made by the people who forget to redeem their vouchers.
Not printing all those vouchers would also be marginally more environmentally friendly!

Hiya

Sorry i think its supermarkets just getting to come back to them to pick up your 'free' items you arebound to spend some money - perhaps trying to stop us shopping tarts from just buying promo's from various retailers :-D

stephx

TehJumpingJawa;6927092

Not printing all those vouchers would also be marginally more … Not printing all those vouchers would also be marginally more environmentally friendly!



Not sure how you make that out. A receipt voucher versus a product which goes to waste............

thanks for the heads up.

Bloody supermarkets tho surely this should just be for perishable items not nappies etc it's just a cynical ploy to force you back into the store when if it was really BOGOF you might not bother

shadowdogg;6927128

Not sure how you make that out. A receipt voucher versus a product which … Not sure how you make that out. A receipt voucher versus a product which goes to waste............



Nappies don't go off

Rich44;6927207

Nappies don't go off



they do when they're full of poo & wee ;-)

Bought one of these baguettes today.

didn't get the voucher.

big-boy;6927279

they do when they're full of poo & wee ;-)



That's not when the nappy has gone off, that'swhen your small child has gone off

Thanks OP :thumbsup:

So what happens if you go back and the product you need to claim the voucher for is sold out? Sainsbury's have already contracted to sell you the product when they took your money.

I would guess nappies are included because a lot of people find them bulky to store rather than bulky to carry.

What happens if you have a very big family & need all the stuff straight away? I will be outraged if I can't pick up all the BOGOFs to keep the grocery bills down like I do atm!

can anyone actually confirm this please as i went into sainsburys today and they had certain nappys half price surely theyre not going to make them half price and bogof?

so once you have used the nappies you have bought, do you then wash them out and use again or buy another pack?

not that you would need to buy another pack if you get a voucher for a free pack.

So I don't get it, when the supermarkets gave you free stuff for buying stuff, people got all narky because they might not want more free stuff...

Now they've come up with a system that means you can collect the free stuff when you want it instead of all at once, and that's bad too?

Maybe they should just make everything 1p and be done with it,heh.

To which the posts would probably read...
'why oh why oh why do they charge 1p for all items in my local supermarket, carrying all these coins is ruining the lining of my trousers and I don't see Mr Sainsbury offering to recompense me for the damage! I thought it much better when I got a large bill I had to pay using notes or a card!

Disgusted of Tunbridge Wells

(Ok, so yes, they COULD just do half price, but they DO do half price sometimes too, it's all down to marketing, and surely this at least means they're listening to complaints while having found a way to hopefully get their customers returning.)

TotalCarnage;6928763

So I don't get it, when the supermarkets gave you free stuff for buying … So I don't get it, when the supermarkets gave you free stuff for buying stuff, people got all narky because they might not want more free stuff...Now they've come up with a system that means you can collect the free stuff when you want it instead of all at once, and that's bad too?Maybe they should just make everything 1p and be done with it,heh.To which the posts would probably read...'why oh why oh why do they charge 1p for all items in my local supermarket, carrying all these coins is ruining the lining of my trousers and I don't see Mr Sainsbury offering to recompense me for the damage! I thought it much better when I got a large bill I had to pay using notes or a card!Disgusted of Tunbridge Wells(Ok, so yes, they COULD just do half price, but they DO do half price sometimes too, it's all down to marketing, and surely this at least means they're listening to complaints while having found a way to hopefully get their customers returning.)



for the company it means a returning customer also

CompactDistance;6928072

So what happens if you go back and the product you need to claim the … So what happens if you go back and the product you need to claim the voucher for is sold out? Sainsbury's have already contracted to sell you the product when they took your money.



If there's a 2 week limit on the vouchers maybe there's also a clause that says 'if in stock'

Also, unless the voucher is restricted so you can't use it on the same day surely you can just put the free one through straight after your other shopping.

Banned

Selected stores only

* Terms & Conditions

To receive a ‘free next time’ coupon on Pampers Babydry Nappies Carrypacks (£5.98) customers simply buy the products instore, up to a maximum of 4 per customer, and will receive their ‘free next time’ coupons
When you use a ‘free next time’ coupon to pay for Pampers Babydry Nappies Carrypacks (£5.98) customers will not receive any further ‘free next time’ coupons within that transaction irrespective of how many of the selected products they have purchased
Offer ends 24.11.09
Offer is not available online, convenience, at kiosks or petrol forecourt stations
Coupon expiry is 2 weeks from the date of issuance
Coupon to be redeemed in your next transaction
Coupons administered in your next transaction
Vouchers cannot be exchanged for cash or other goods. Photocopied vouchers will not be accepted
Coupon not valid at some self checkouts
Sale, auction or re-tendering of this coupon for money or otherwise is strictly prohibited
Sainsbury’s reserves the right to withdraw the offer at any time
Vouchers are, and shall remain, the property of Sainsbury’s Supermarkets Ltd
Sainsbury’s cannot take responsibility for the loss, damage or theft of vouchers
Specific coupon Ts & Cs apply

They reserve the right to withdraw the offer at any time...

Well not such an issue when its the usually bogof but now they could pull it while you haven't redeemed the voucher??

how do you find out which stores?

ok ym sister has just been to the sainsburys in faollowfield,it was not advertised in there but it is happening,she asked at customer services,and apprently theyre amin printer is broken and not printing out the tickets,so the lady at customer services wrote one out for her. so im going to pop up to my local later.

Got some nappies today,got the coupons so going go back tomorrow for them,I got 2 packets today,so due 2 more packets via the vouchers,

My other half picked up some nappies in Camberley but didn't get a voucher :-(

mr_deals;6936962

My other half picked up some nappies in Camberley but didn't get a … My other half picked up some nappies in Camberley but didn't get a voucher :-(



Take receipt back in and ask for the voucher,shouldn't have to ask. Should be issued automatically at tills.

i guess it depends if he went to one of the selected stores or not. which i dunno anyone that actually knows what stores are participating.
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